Amityville benefit held for Sean Kehoe, Long Islander with rare cancer

A benefit concert was held in Amityville last night to raise money for a Long Islander who is battling a rare form of cancer.



Sean Kehoe has collecting duct carcinoma, an incurable form of cancer. The benefit aimed to raise money to help him get treatments and to travel so that he could be with his family.



Kehoe, who has a wife and a 4-year-old daughter, said he was incredibly grateful for the community's support and for the bands who performed.


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